In front of the tomb, there was a beautiful fountain. It was sprinkling its light shower, The drizzling of drops produced a charming music. The place in the words of S.T. Coleridge was "A savage place ----- holy and enchanted."
Soon after, we entered the edifice that contains the grave of the emperor. Here we pondered over the mystery of the death for sometime. The room was decorated with colourful designs. We offered "Feteha" and prayed to God to bless the emperor with eternal blessings. The building itself was a wonderful piece of Muslim architecture.
We came up to the terrace and had a view of the city of Lahore. It was a beautiful sight. The cool breeze and deep blue sky had a magical effect ou us. we came down and sat under a tree to take some rest. We ate some eatables and drank cold drinks. In the evening we returned to our hotel. Our minds were full of solemn thoughts. We were pondering over the mystery of death and eternity of nature. We agreed with Shakespeare:
Soon the match resumed. In the first seven over, our team easily scored seventy runs without losing any wicket. But the next three overs were crucial. We lost four important wickets one after the other. In short, the match was even till the last over in which the batting was to get only nine runs and the bowling side was to take only a wicket to win the match. Every ball created suspense and excitement among the crowd. At hte last ball only two runs were required. The batsman hit a boundary and our team won the match.
Some excited spectators ran towards the winning team, some started leaving and some kept sitting to see the prize distribution ceremony.